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  • Labour reveals over 200,000 nurses have quit the NHS since 2010 as party commits £330 million for staff training and development to tackle retention crisis

    Jonathan Ashworth MP, Labour’s Shadow Health and Social Care Secretary, will today warn that Government failure to meet NHS constitutional standards on staffing is driving a retention crisis.

    It comes as new research by Labour into the NHS workforce crisis reveals that over 200,000 nurses have left the NHS since 2010/11, alongside a 55% increase in voluntary resignations from the NHS.

  • Diane Abbott responds to the rise of victims in trafficking and modern slavery
  • The Prime Minister appears to be pursuing a course of action that her own deputy last week described as reckless
  • England could run out of water in 25 years
  • Tory energy cancellations risk power for 20 million homes – Rebecca Long-Bailey
  • John McDonnell responds to Hammond’s presence at DUP talks
  • Labour stands in solidarity with young people over youth strikes
  • The Government’s ‘Towns Fund’ is not even new money but taken from the budgets of overstretched departments – McDonnell
  • Labour will urgently find a consensus for a way forward
  • John McDonnell response to Chancellor’s Spring Statement
  • No Deal tariff consequences of the government’s failure
  • Jeremy Corbyn statement in the House of Commons
  • The Prime Minister must accept that her deal is now dead – Corbyn
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